Thursday, September 26, 2013

Ring Murukku | Chekodi | Chegodilu | How to make ring murukku | Diwali Snacks | Murukku recipes

Chekodi

Ring Murukku or chekodi or chegodilu is my favorite murukku in my childhood days. My father used to get it from snack stores in the evening and I just love the ring shaped one. During that time, I do not know its name... I just call it as otta murukku (hole murukku) and my father know what I am asking for. After coming to blogging world, I came to know its Telugu name and still now, do not know its Tamil name. So If anybody know, please let me know it. This is such a lovely and crispy snack and the only difficulty is to make its shape takes more time. But my kids helped me in this process. Ok, lets see the making process of the crispy snack Ring Murukku.

You can view some yummy snacks recipes below
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Kaara boondhi
Uppu Seedai
Easy Murukku for Beginners
Galagala / Wheat snack

Ring murukku

How to make Ring Murukku / Chekodi

Soak Time: 1 hr | Preparation time: 45 min | Cook Time: 10 min | Serves: 6
Recipe Category: Snacks | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian
Recipe Source: My kitchen experiments

Ingredients

Rice flour - 1 cup (store bought)
Water - 1 cup
Yellow moong dal - 3 tsp
White sesame seeds - 1 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
Chilli powder - 1 tsp
Butter - 1 tsp
Salt - as per taste
Oil - for frying

Method
ring murukku

1. Wash and soak the dal for 1 hr.

2. In a vessel add water and when it is boiling, add the butter, salt and the soaked dal.

3. Give a stir and add the rice flour to the boiling water and immediately switch off the water. Mix the rice flour thoroughly and cover and keep aside, until it comes to room temperature.

4. When the dough comes to room temperature (light warm temperature should be ok) add the chilli powder, cumin seeds, sesame seeds and salt if necessary.

5. Make into a smooth dough. If the dough is dry, add a tsp of water and not more than that.
6. Now apply oil in your hand. Take a small portion of dough and roll into a strip of length 6 cm approx. and join the ends and press slightly to make a ring shaped.

7. Ask your kids to help and they can enjoy making it. (Of course they will make some different shaped murukkus... ). Do the same for the rest of the dough.
8. Heat the oil in a vessel and when is very hot, slowly drop the murukku in small batchs.

9. When the murukku, comes floating on top (or the ssshhh... sound stops) reduce the flame to low-medium and cook until they become golden colour.

10. Filter the excess oil and save in a airtight container.

How to make chekodi


Notes:
  • After making the dough, keep it closed with a wet cloth to prevent it from drying.
  • Always keep the flame in high first and then turn to medium for a even crispy murukkus.
  • After making the ring shape, if the murukku breaks, add a drop of water to the murukku and attach it tightly as they may tend to break when dropped in water.

andhra murukku

Yummy and crispy ring murukku / chekodi / chegodilu is ready.

22 lovely comments:

Hamaree Rasoi

Crispy and crunchy snack . Wonderfully prepared.
Deepa

Priya R

Murukku looks too good :) very neat and clear clicks too

Rasi

on similar terms we do the kodbale.. which has slight difference in taste but looks alike.. good one!

divya

Wow ! super, mouth watering here.

Meena Selvakumaran

i am craving for these,they look spicy perfect for tea.

Nithya Naveen

Perfectly made crisp yummy ring murukku..

Priya Anandakumar

Very cute, crispy and yummy murukku. I cannot stop looking at those murukkus, very beautiful click, wish I could grab them right from here...

Manjula Bharath

omg very very delicious recipe and ring murukku looks fabulous and so irresistible :) tempting me dear !!

Priya Suresh

Even though this murukku is bit time consuming, a worth to try,they came prefectly Akila.

R

looks so yummy!

Navaneetham Krishnan

Isee the WOW factor, the sparkling and crispy crunch and tempting cuties.

nandoos Kitchen

crisp and crunchy. My favourite snack

Shobha

I love chegodeelu .. nice pictorial instructions.

Jay

looks soooper yummm akila..
you've mentioned 3tsp of moongdal...but in pic you've soaked more moong. plz do clarify how much moong to be added.

Arjunan Akilandeswari

Hi Jay... I expected someone will ask this.. I prepared in bulk quantity n used more moong dal n shot the clicks that time. You can use the 3 tsp moong dal for 1 cup rice. I will mention this in notes.

Ramakrishnan Ramanathan

This snack looks so awesome & attractive.

Resna Nishad

Crispy crunchy snack..photos are amazing

Maha Gadde

munching those is more easy than the making..u prpd those very well...nice colour.

Magees kitchen

Crispy murukku and the clicks are superb

Veena Theagarajan

super tempting clicks.. looks so crunchy

sushmita pandit

Love those ring murrukus...superb

Shanthi

Amazing ring murukku..lovely

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